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 {{ :​devel:​adm:​contracted_position_list.png?​600 |Contracted positions list}} {{ :​devel:​adm:​contracted_position_list.png?​600 |Contracted positions list}}
  
-A list of current relations can be seen on the card **Positions**. If the identity has been created manually, it might already ​been assigned the default relation called Default. Now, click on the button **Add** or on the **magnifying glass symbol** next to the name of the relation to create a new relation or edit the current one.+A list of current relations can be seen on the card **Positions**. If the identity has been created manually, it might already ​have assigned the default relation called Default. Now, click on the button **Add** or on the **magnifying glass symbol** next to the name of the relation to create a new relation or edit the current one.
  
 {{ :​devel:​adm:​contracted_position_detail.png?​600 | A contracted position detail}} {{ :​devel:​adm:​contracted_position_detail.png?​600 | A contracted position detail}}
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 The following attributes of the user’s contract can be filled in now: The following attributes of the user’s contract can be filled in now:
  
-  * **Work position** – Name of the contract e.g. "​CEO"​+  * **Work position** – Name of the contracte.g."​CEO"​
   * **Structure type** – Selection of a tree structure for integrating the contract   * **Structure type** – Selection of a tree structure for integrating the contract
   * **Position** – Putting the user to a specific position in the tree structure. The selection is available only if a Structure type has been selected.   * **Position** – Putting the user to a specific position in the tree structure. The selection is available only if a Structure type has been selected.
-  * **Valid from** – the validity ​starting date of the contract. This selection influences the identity lifecycle processes and assigning ​of automatic roles. +  * **Valid from** – the starting date of the validity ​of the contract. This selection influences the identity lifecycle processes and the assignment ​of automatic roles. 
-  * **Valid till** – the validity ​ending date of the contract. This selection influences the identity lifecycle processes and removing ​of automatic roles. +  * **Valid till** – the ending date of the validity ​of the contract. This selection influences the identity lifecycle processes and the removal ​of automatic roles. 
-  * **Main position** – These relations are displayed in the user’s detail profile as profile summary (green window). The relations ​caused by manual ​creating ​of an identity are mainly ​labelled as Main. Main position is also widely used when user data is provisioned into connected system that does not support multiple ​contract. Usually only data from main contract is provisioned. +  * **Main position** – These relations are displayed in the user’s detail profile as profile summary (green window). The relations ​which were created when manually ​creating ​the identity are usually ​labelled as Main. Main position is also widely used when user data is provisioned into connected system that does not support multiple ​contracts. Usually only data from the main contract is provisioned. 
-  * **External contractor** – a contract belonging to an outside contractor or any person that is not usual employee/​student etc. Some organizations divide its users to internal and external and the approach to their administration can differ. +  * **External contractor** – a contract belonging to an outside contractor or any person that is not the usual employee/​student etc. Some organizations divide its users to internal and external and the approach to their administration can differ. 
-  * **Inactive** – represents the contract status with respect to its execution. For example, contract of users on maternity ​leave are inactive. This indication is independent of the time validity of the relation – attributes Valid from, Valid till. The selection Inactive influences the identity lifecycle processes and blocking the user, mainly the process “TODO”.+  * **Inactive** – represents the contract status with respect to its execution. For example, contract of users on parental ​leave are inactive. This indication is independent of the time validity of the relation – attributes Valid from, Valid till. The selection Inactive influences the identity lifecycle processes and blocking the user, mainly the process “TODO”.
  
-After a new contract definition is saved, several more attributes can be filled. ​More over, you can define users' superordinates/​managers via tab **Guarantees**. +After a new contract definition is saved, several more attributes can be filled. ​Moreover, you can define users' superordinates/​managers via tab **Guarantees**. 
- +Managers/​guarantees play a role in approval processes and other tasks.
-Manager – Managers/​guarantees can be defined for every contract, i.e. users, usually the user’s superordinates/​managers. ​Managers/​guarantees ​also play a role in approval processes and other tasks.+
  
 ===== Video Guide ===== ===== Video Guide =====
-[[https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=xgcyTqTjgdQ&​list=PLBeAQt3pe3EcdVE8QpCDEJcDsi_jtNQUb&​index=3|How to create new contract]] - czech language+[[https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=xgcyTqTjgdQ&​list=PLBeAQt3pe3EcdVE8QpCDEJcDsi_jtNQUb&​index=3|How to create new contract]] - Czech language